You are bidding on Orca Spirit - copper killer whale tribal sculpture by Mark Noll!
Solid-copper killer whale sea mammal sculpture 15 inches long and 11 1/2 inches high. Inspired by Pacific Northwest Coast Indian Haida and Tlingit designs.
Hand shaped and formed from a repurposed copper sheet using metalworking chisels, punches, hammers, and mallets. The aged copper sheet was originally used for roof flashing and has a naturally-aged patina.
The permanent inks and verdigris blue-green patina interact with the aged copper surface to create unique and striking colorations.
The surface is brushed with a Permalac clear coating to preserve the color and finish, and buffed with a patina wax. A copper wire is attached for hanging.
Mark signs the piece on the back.
Use and care: This piece can show inside or out. It looks great on a wall or an outside space. The Permalac protective coating has UV protection and has been tested to last at least 10 years outdoors.
Ocean Futures Society feels so lucky to be able to offer you a chance to bid on this very special Killer Whale sculpture donated by our friend, Mark Noll. It will look great hanging on your wall or in your garden!
About Mark Noll, Nature Art Studios:
Mark Noll from Nature Art Studios creates metal sculptures and enjoys experimenting with different designs, tools, and patina finishes. Since the creative venture started in 2008, the fish, marine mammal, bird, dragonfly, butterfly, and guitar pieces have made their way to patrons all over the country and around the world. The most famous patron is the legendary rock guitarist Slash. His wife Perla gave him a Les Paul guitar sculpture for their tenth anniversary, and it hangs in his home studio. He also has worked with the Jean-Michel Cousteau Ocean Futures Society on charitable efforts, and a pair of sea lion sculptures is on display at the National Marine Mammal Center.
Solid-copper killer whale sea mammal sculpture 15 inches long and 11 1/2 inches high.
A copper wire is attached for hanging. Signed on the back along with the name and date.
Bidder is responsible for Shipping, Handling and insurance fees, which will be added to the winning bid amount. Items will be shipped from California via USPS Flat rate box and billed at standard industry rates. (If shipment is international, Bidder will also be responsible for any customs fees.) Ocean Futures Society can not guarantee the receipt of this item before December 25th.